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Which of these is a kettle hole?

Posted 4 years.

30 Comments

  • Fetttatious Time Warp - 1 year ago

    I would love some Nasaump right now. I loved the trip to Plymouth plantation. Stephen DeMatteo and I went everywhere besides the Mayflower II. Never knew that Milton was such a historic town. It makes me really want to look around and really imagine this town about 15,00 years ago. Also u shouldn't of read this

  • bismack - 1 year ago

    Milton sounds like a nice place. #Nasaump.

  • Momboe Jumbo - 1 year ago

    nausamp for breakfast Yumms for my tumms

  • Mumbai Momboie - 1 year ago

    Nasaump for president, I have romantic feelings for Nasaump = yumms in my tumms

  • John Cena - 1 year ago

    oh milton sounds like a nice place

  • Post Malone - 1 year ago

    oh my god Milton looks like something out of ice age

  • jonathan M - 3 years ago

    Milton has changed so so so so so so so so much over the past 15,000 years. and if the ice melted where did all the ice go??????????????????????????

  • Meghan - 3 years ago

    Nasaump for breakfast= happy mom!!!

  • Meghan - 3 years ago

    All those facts about Milton are so interesting. I can't wait to make the Nasaump sounds super YUMMY!!!

  • Jack Elliott - 3 years ago

    Hi this is Jack this is really interesting that the Massachusett tribe lived in the Massachusetts now and also that they made a trap fish that works that well and no i wouldnt eat the nasaump it have not enough meat!!!!!

  • Mae O'Neill - 3 years ago

    It's interesting that the tribe was called the Massachusett, and today our state is Massachusetts. I think it's very smart how they made the traps to catch the fish. I also would definitely try the Nasaump dish, it looks very good.

  • Saoirse K. The Awesome - 3 years ago

    This article is extremely interesting! I can't believe that 15,000 years ago that Milton was covered with ice. By the way, the Nasaump sounds AMAZING. Yum! :)

  • SaoirseK. The Awesome - 3 years ago

    This article is extremely interesting! I can't believe that 15,000 years ago that Milton was covered with ice. By the way, the Nasaump sounds AMAZING. Yum! :)

  • Evant - 3 years ago

    very cool too

  • Evant - 3 years ago

    hi mrs.Dow i read the article

  • Andrew - 3 years ago

    Milton has so much interesting history

  • Aoidin Salmon - 3 years ago

    Its really interesting! I never thought about what our town looked like befor us.

  • Brendan Donovan - 3 years ago

    I didn't know that blue hills was made of ice

  • doodabli - 3 years ago

    wtf

  • anthony golden - 4 years ago

    the recipe for Nasaump looks very delicious, i would have it for breakfast

  • johnbarros - 4 years ago

    i had been to blue hills i never knew that it was made by the ice

  • johnbarros - 4 years ago

    so about how many years would it be when the ice mellted

  • JonathanTruong - 4 years ago

    Did the Neponset people have any other settlements other than the main settlement near the falls of the Neponset River? If they did, which?

  • BLAZERS97 - 4 years ago

    I AM REALLY HAPPY THAT I LEARED TONS OF NEW THINGS

  • JonathanTruong - 4 years ago

    This blog was pretty good! :)

  • hockey - 4 years ago

    this website has really good facts

  • sebastien - 4 years ago

    that is so cool i read this paragraph and most of it i never knew

  • JonathanTruong - 4 years ago

    Wow, this blog was interesting, I didn't know that Milton was the last Ice Age!

  • sebastien - 4 years ago

    this pond rocks

  • johnbarros - 4 years ago

    I love this pond, Houghton's pond

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